There are some other features in the new development version that are worth mentioning.
If you go into the u menu for user interface visual attributes, you can now turn vector rendering on or off. This is the line between two consecutive vertices. With it off all you see are the vertices themselves.
Also, in the [Tab] menu option 4 display settings, option 1 is rendered line width in pixels. So now you can make your vector lines as thick as you want.
Set it to something like 4 to 7 and then load this:
Code:
#################################################
#
# This file was written by James Lehman.
# creator of LaserBoy,
#
# the free, multiplatform laser display
# application that reads this format.
#
# <james@akrobiz.com>
# Extra Stimulus Inc., Akron, Ohio USA
# http://laserboy.org/
#
# ASCII format version: LaserBoy-txt-04-21-2021
#
#################################################
#math phase_cycle 360.0
#math rotation_cycle 1.0
#math interval_cycle 1.0
math hues_span_factor 1.0
math hues_shift 3
math frames 1000
math start 0.0
math _start 0.0
math duration 100.0
math _duration 100.0
math iterations 96
math _iterations 303
math LBO1 phase 90.0
math _LBO1 phase 90.0
#----------------------------------------------
# https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lissajous_curve
# x = LBO1(t)
# y = LBO2(t)
math _oscillator_xy
math factor 0.0 0.0 0.0
math factor_ 1.0 1.0 1.0
math scale_acceleration 0.0
math spread_scale
math color_span_hues
math reverse_vectors
math render
###############################################
###############################################
After it's loaded, get back to the main menu and hit the ` key (just to the left of the digit 1 on the top row) to play the animation.